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Ring time too short

My phone only rings about 6 times and then goes to orange answerphone, and i don't seem to be able to extend the ringing time or even turn off the answerphone service please help as i keep missing my calls.

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  • Micki300 Oct 11, 2008

    My downloaded mega tone does not play long enough. How can I extend it to at least to equal the time of 4 or 5 rings before it goes to voice mail? I am using a samsung t429.

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I have a Samsung Gleam and I'd like to add time to my ringing (about 10 seconds). Please advise.

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I have the exact same problem

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The phone will only ring for approx. 7 rings before the call is diverted to the answerphone, unfortunately this is standard and there is no way to increase the ring time however if you contact orange customer service they can remove the answerphone from your phone for you.

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Try resetting your phone to its factory settings...

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